Jared Oestman

Assistant Professor of Political Science
Expertise: Foreign policy, Management and resolution of armed conflicts, Peacekeeping, Public opinion

Biography

Jared Oestman is an assistant professor of political science at UNLV with expertise in foreign policy and international security. He has conducted research on the topics of peacekeeping, public opinion in U.S. foreign policy, the politics of foreign aid, and the foreign policies of major power countries.

Oestman’s research has been featured in peer-reviewed journals including International Interactions, Journal of Peace Research, International Peacekeeping, and Armed Forces & Society. He received his Ph.D. in political science in 2022 from Rice University.

Education

  • Ph.D., Political science, Rice University
  • M.A., Security studies, Kansas State University

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Jared Oestman In The News

Phys.org
A new Rice University and University of Nevada, Las Vegas study on Americans' attitudes about military intervention finds the public prefers when the U.S. works with other military powers, protects civilians and resolves conflicts peacefully.
Futurity
The United States public prefers when the country works with other military powers, protects civilians, and resolves conflict peacefully, research finds.
Rice University
A new Rice University and University of Nevada, Las Vegas study on Americans’ attitudes about military intervention finds the public prefers when the U.S. works with other military powers, protects civilians and resolves conflicts peacefully.

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Campus News | October 4, 2022

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